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The Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Payroll Officer. This individual is responsible for performing Payroll/HR administrative work related to daily operations of the Human Resources office. This individual reports directly to the HR Director and will work as backup to the HR Director in learning all HR functions to process new employees, salary increases, terminations, longevity, leave without pay and all other HR/Payroll functions.
Salary is commensurable with qualifications. Associates Degree or higher-level degree preferred in conjunction with administrative experience. Must pass a structured interview process and must pass a background check.
The Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference is seeking a qualified individual to fill a Computer Support Specialist position. This individual must have excellent communication skills, be user-oriented and patient as they will provide technical assistance and support for incoming queries and issues related to computer systems, software, and hardware from computer users in local District Attorney’s Offices throughout the state.
Must have experience as help desk technician or other support role. Must have ability to diagnose and resolve technical issues. Experience with Office 365 and related technology, networking protocols, router and switch configurations, computer systems, mobile devices, printing, audio/video codecs and other technical products required. Experience with other web related technologies preferred.
The First Judicial District Attorney General’s Office has a vacancy for an Assistant District Attorney.The First Judicial District is comprised of Carter, Johnson, Unicoi, and Washington counties. Applicants may send a resume (to include the date of issuance of a license to practice law) to email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steven R. Finney, District Attorney General for First Judicial District, is currently accepting resumes for an Assistant District Attorney position. Trial experience preferred. Recent law school graduates may also apply.
Please submit your resume (to include the date of law license to Chrystie Kyte, Administrative Assistant, email@example.com
The 10th Judicial District Attorney General's Office has an opening for a DUI Prosecutor. This position will be available November 1.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to Mehye Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Eleventh Judicial District Attorney General’s Office has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney, a Victim Witness Coordinator, and a Secretary. The positions will be available on September 1, 2022.
Applicants may send a resume and cover letter directly to the District Attorney General Elect, Coty Wamp at email@example.com.
The 14th Judicial District, Manchester Office, has an open position for an Assistant District Attorney, Circuit Court Prosecutor.
The 14th Judicial District serves Coffee County. This position is in Coffee County.
Jury trial experience preferred. Anticipated start date is May 1, 2022.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Nina Rutledge, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to Nina Rutledge, P.O. Box 147 Manchester, TN 37355.
The 19th Judicial District, is accepting resumes for an Assistant District Attorney to prosecute DUI related cases in Montgomery County, Tennessee. This is Grant position with full State of Tennessee benefits. Salary is based on experience. Salary range is $55,524 - $69,516 annually. This position is available December 1, 2022.
Please submit a cover letter and resume via email to Rhonda Kay, Administrative Assistant, at email@example.com. Please include month and year Tennessee law license was obtained in resume.
Assistant District Attorney
The 19th Judicial District is accepting resumes for an Assistant District Attorney in the Clarksville office. Primary responsibility will be the prosecution of various felony cases in Circuit Court. Experience in criminal law is preferred. Salary is based on experience, starting at $55,524 annually for entry level position. This position is available December 1, 2022.
Please email cover letter and resume to Rhonda Kay, Administrative Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include month and year Tennessee law license was obtained in resume.
The 19th Judicial District is accepting resumes for a Secretary position in the Clarksville office. Excellent computer skills are required. Preferred candidate must be organized and have experience working in a fast-paced environment. This position is available December 1, 2022.
Please email resume to Rhonda Kay, Administrative Assistant, at email@example.com.
The 28th Judicial District is accepting resumes for an Assistant District Attorney in the Trenton office. Primary responsibility will be the prosecution of various felony cases in Circuit Court. Trial experience is preferred. Salary is based on experience up to a Level 25 position.
Please email cover letter and resume to Amy Bynum, Administrative Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include month and year Tennessee law license was obtained in resume.
The 26th Judicial District in Jackson, TN has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney. This position is for a Madison Co. General Sessions and Juvenile Court prosecutor. Applicants should be a licensed attorney in the State of Tennessee.
The 26th Judicial District serves Madison, Chester, and Henderson County. This is a Madison County (Jackson, TN) position.
Please submit cover letter and resume to Joanna Clark, by email email@example.com or by mail to Joanna Clark, P.O. Box 2825, Jackson, TN 38302.
The Shelby County District Attorney’s Office is looking for attorneys who believe in equal justice under the law.
Based in Memphis, TN, the Shelby County District Attorney is the top law enforcement officer for a county of almost one million people. The office is now hiring licensed attorneys with litigation experience, particularly in the areas of criminal justice, civil rights, or both. This is an opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a transformative reform effort to remake the office in line with best practices across the country. We are seeking candidates with a range of experience, from recent law school graduates to veteran attorneys.
Specific priorities of Shelby County’s new District Attorney include:
- Prioritizing violent crime by empowering prosecutors to use their discretion to seek community-based alternatives to expensive, sometimes counterproductive prison sentences for non-violent offenses.
- Establishing a Post-Conviction Fairness Unit to review prior cases for possible errors, wrongful convictions, and wrongful sentences.
- Promoting Public Safety by using innovative evidence-based best practices from around the country to prevent youth violence and reduce recidivism.
- Fixing the broken bail system to ensure that poverty alone does not equate to additional unfair punishment.
- Delivering juvenile justice in a more fair, humane, and age-appropriate way, beginning with reducing the number of juveniles in our community who are transferred to the adult system.
- Reigning in runaway costs of incarceration by requiring prosecutors to provide the judge an estimate of the cost of incarceration at sentencing.
- Developing a restorative justice program for property crimes that allows victims to participate directly in restitution.
If you want to be part of an organization dedicated to making the community safer by making our system fairer, then we invite you to submit your letter of interest, resume, and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You must possess law degree from an accredited school of law and have a current Tennessee law license (in good standing), anticipate licensure upon the release of the July 2022 bar exam, meet the requirements for comity admission pursuant to Tennessee Supreme Court Rule 7, article V, and/or possess the requisite credentials to reasonably and promptly “waive in” to Tennessee licensure.
Applicants with prior courtroom experience will be strongly favored for Assistant District Attorney roles, although a range of other positions and opportunities will be available.
An equal opportunity employer, we are particularly interested in candidates who will increase diversity of all kinds throughout our office.
We may be unable respond to every inquiry and will contact you for an interview only if we are able to move your application forward for consideration. Successful applicants will be subject to Shelby County Government’s routine hiring procedures and protocols before receiving an offer of employment. Positions will remain open until filled.
Please email your letter of interest, resume and references to email@example.com.
The 32nd Judicial District Attorney General’s Office has an opening for assistant district attorney. This newly-created judicial district is comprised of Hickman, Lewis, and Perry Counties in Middle Tennessee. The position is available immediately. Interested parties may send a resume and cover letter to Sandie Carroll by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.